On Monday August 19th the Department of Justice accidentally sent a brief containing anti-semetic material to employees of the department’s immigration review office. Department of Justice spokeswoman Kathryn Mattingly said in a statement after her review of the emails, which contained an anti-semetic slur and other anti-immigration views, “we [the DoJ] have determined that the sampling was over inclusive and contained non-news sources. EOIR [Executive Office for Immigration Review] will no longer be distributing a daily news briefing to its staff. EOIR strongly condemns anti-Semitism and white nationalism. Those hateful beliefs do not reflect the views of EOIR employees and the Department of Justice.” After making this announcement, the DoJ announced that it would not renew its contract with the private, Florida based company TechMIS which was contracted to create the daily briefs.